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ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-27 59 0

In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties between South Korea and Kazakhstan, coming up next year, a bust of poet Abai Kunanbaiuly was recently installed at Seoul Cyber University. One of the most respected figures in the history of Kazakhstan, Abai Kunanbaiuly left his biggest mark in poetry. His works had a significant influence not only on the central Asian country&rsqu...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-27 63 0

The remains of one of the main fighters for the independence of Korea from the Japanese colonial yoke, Hon Bom Do, were returned to their homeland on the Independence Day of Korea on August 15. A special military plane with the remains of the national hero took off from the city of Kyzylorda in Kazakhstan. In the air defense identification zone of the Republic of Korea, the plane flew acco...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-08 83 0

Hiking on Brasov’s city guard: Tampa Mountain This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.2. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read "Hiking on Brasov’s city guard: Tampa Mountain" written by Cristina Maria Pacurar, a PhD student at Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania, majoring Mathematics. &...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-08 62 0

Charyn Canyons, a natural wonder of Kazakhstan This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.1. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read "Charyn Canyons, a natural wonder of Kazakhstan" written by Alexandr Artemye, a senior lecturer and the head of the Department of Recreational Geography and Tourism at Al- Farabi Ka...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-08 102 0

Santa Maria della Salute in Venice: a votive church and the Black Death   This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.1. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read "Santa Maria della Salute in Venice: a votive church and the Black Death" written by Martina Frank, a professor at the Department of Philosophy an...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-02 96 0

Image source: amazing-iran.com What does the Silk Roads mean to you? Have you ever thought about it as an ancient symbol for a modern reality? If not, this is your time to check this article out which was written by Professor Richard Foltz for the very issue of SILKROADIA. “Over the past several decades “The Silk Road” has become a widely-used and easily recognizable te...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-02 80 0

Elephants, the largest existing land animals Image source: World Wildlife Fund   Elephants are known as the largest living species (mammals) on earth. They have distinctly large bodies, ears, and long trunks that help them not only to greet each other, for the warning but also to drinking or bathing. According to researches three living species have been recognized; The African b...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-08-02 80 0

Image: The view of the Grand Canal, Basilica Santa Maria dells Salute and San Marco Square                          Source: Italymagazine The city of Venice is now preparing for its 1600th foundation day. With the outbreak of COIVD-19 Italy has had the worst damage of losing many people during the very beginning of the pand...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-07-18 109 0

  One of the most anticipated celebrations in Mongolia happens in the summer – the Naadam Festival (the Festival of the “Three Manly Sports”). Every year Mongolians enjoy watching how our strongest wrestlers, most meticulous archers, and swiftest horse riders compete for the pinnacle of achievement. The Naadam festival has deep historic roots in the 2nd and 1st centur...